Presidential Campaign Turns to U.S. Economy
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- Duration 2:03
- Date Sep 14, 2012
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Martha all of the president's plans for the next four years hinge on actually being elected for four more years so after making sure that all the folks at his rallies and in front of TVs in swing states now but he needs more time to fix things -- The next part of the president's plan for second term goes.
Is to restore basic bargain.
That built the largest middle class in the strongest economy in the world -- -- The promise that's hard work wolf -- And there's evidence that a lot of people are perceptive to the president's pitch since 44%.
Of likely voters in the latest Fox News poll say that we are in a recession but that things are getting better which is more than that 36% who say work in a recession.
But things could get worse and of those 10% who say.
That the recession is actually over but we might be headed for another -- But he -- -- so what's the -- campaign doing to convince voters that things might not get better under four more years of this president.
Mitt Romney said in an interview that aired today he's basically now banking on independent voters listening to his plan and deciding that it's better than the president's.
The outcome is decided by the people in the middle.
And I believe that as they look at who they believe can get this economy strong again.
And create jobs -- -- and rising wages and take home pay for middle income families.
They're gonna say I get the best prospects for doing that not that they're not.
After both conventions the Romney Ryan ticket trails the Obama Biden ticket by five points among those independent voters they're now saying are going to be critical -- in the latest Fox News poll but.
Of those middle of the road voters are either -- -- or they want a third party so the needle might move a little bit before that first Tuesday in November that.
At those on its gonna get a lot of attention in the coming days we -- -- -- new swing state calls coming up.
That we're gonna take a look at that to add to the next Peter thank you.